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Laundry: Page 1

We are all aware that no matter where you live, the price of clothing is outrageous. Keeping your laundry in the best of condition really does matter if you want to keep your household running within a budget. Use these vinegar and laundry tips to save money and time in your household chore of doing the laundry!

Baby clothes
Do you baby clothes smell sour even after you wash them? When washing baby clothes use one cup of vinegar during the rinse cycle to break down smells for fresh clean smelling clothes.

Reduce costs
Cut your laundry bill, using one cup of vinegar in the wash will not only make your clothes smell fresher but it acts as a fabric softener as well reducing static cling.

Set your colors
If you have troubles with colors running when you wash them, use a cup of vinegar with your wash to set colors in your clothes.

Stains on leather
Do you have a piece of leather that you canít wear because of a stubborn stain? Get that stain out using a mixture of vinegar and linseed oil. Rub on with a soft cloth and polish with a clean cloth for a great finish.

Shine your leather
To give extra shine to your leather clean with hot vinegar and then rinse with soapy water. Inexpensive cleaning.

Creases
If you like sharp creases in your knit fabrics dampen the fabric with a solution of 1/3 cup of vinegar and 2/3-cup water then place a paper bag over the fold and iron.




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